The criminal attorneys at Maria Jones Law Firm are dedicated to achieving the best results for your individual case. Our attorneys have experience in getting your case dismissed, negotiating a better plea offer, or successfully presenting your case in trial. Our criminal attorneys have the experience and expertise to obtain the best possible outcome for you and your family. Securing your future is something that our attorneys take seriously.
The criminal attorneys at Maria Jones Law Firm handle all criminal cases including:
Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana for Sale;
Possession of Narcotic Drugs, Possession of Narcotic Drugs for Sale, Possession of Dangerous Drugs, Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Cocaine for Sale, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Drug Trafficking, Possession of Controlled Substances;
Misconduct Involving Weapons;
Aggravated Assault, Domestic Violence, Disorderly Conduct;
DUI/DWI, Aggravated DUI, Drive by Shooting,
Armed Robbery, Robbery, Burglary, Theft of Means of Transportation,
Forgery, Identity Theft;
Home Invasion, Kidnapping;
Fraud, and Probation Violations.
Remember, if you have been criminally charged, you will want to get legal advice from an experienced and trustworthy attorney. Maria Jones Law Firm specifically selected attorneys that will give you reliable and trustworthy advice that is best for you and your family. Call Maria Jones Law Firm today and speak with a criminal attorney that will guide you through the criminal procedures and fight tirelessly for your case.
What the Miranda Rights Say
The exact wording of the “Miranda Rights” statement is not specified in the Supreme Court’s historic decision. Instead, law enforcement agencies have created a basic set of simple statements that can be read to accused persons prior to any questioning.
1. You have the right to remain silent.
2. Anything you say can be used against you in a court of law.
3. You have the right to have an attorney present now and during any future questioning.
4. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you free of charge if you wish.
Police are required to “Read him his (Miranda) rights,” only before interrogating a suspect. While failure to do so may cause any subsequent statements to be thrown out of court, the arrest may still be legal and valid.
Also without reading the Miranda rights, police are allowed to ask routine questions like name, address, date of birth, and Social Security number necessary to establishing a person’s identity. Police can also administer alcohol and drug tests without warning, but persons being tested may refuse to answer questions during the tests.